- Basic white – A clean, fresh white. Basic whites brighten a room without being a point of focus. Often used on ceilings or other low interest areas.
Juniper-ash top pick: Albany Supercover
- Soft white – soft whites are gentle and unassuming. They allow other colours of a room to dominate focus with their complimenting tones.
Juniper-ash top pick: Little Greene – Shirting
- Antique white – A very classic finish with a hint of cream or ivory base tones. Antique white has a elegant feel that can work well on its own or with a vintage colour pallet.
Juniper-ash top pick: Dulux – Timeless
- Bright white – A bold statement white, great for use as an accent colour or for a very modern feel. Brights whites give a sharp look but use with caution as can often be deemed too gleaming and detract from other features.
Juniper-ash top pick: Johnstones – Brilliant White
- Alternative whites – Sometimes to get the effect of a white you don’t always need a white. Alternative whites may sounds confusing but just by using a light tone in place of a white can often leave the same feel.
Juniper-ash top picks:
Little Greene – Clockface
Little Greene – First light
Little Greene – Slaked lime
Don’t believe us? Take a look at some of the Little Greene Blog, they often picture their stunning alternatives to using white.